Partners & Accreditations

Our work would not be possible without CARF accreditation and partnerships with Source America and AbilityOne.

CARF Accredited

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) Accreditation

Phoenix commits to quality and ethics in providing services for people with vocational disabilities.

CARF accreditation goes to programs that submit to annual evaluation, and Phoenix is proudly examined each year by CARF International. CARF provides adjustment services, placement, governance, supported employment, and safety measures for our vocational services.


CARF holds our team accountable to industry standards year after year so that we offer the best services possible to the people in our community. Learn more about their methods and standards on their website:

Source America


SourceAmerica works with nonprofits across the United States to source and employee people with disabilities. On their website they describe their work this way: “Working with our nonprofit network to create job opportunities for people with disabilities, raising awareness about how different perspectives and skill sets transform businesses for the better, and shaping a more inclusive future of work.”

Part of their work includes removing the barriers to entry for people with disabilities by helping them with their interviewing skills and resumes. With the help of its nonprofit network, SourceAmerica employs over 65,000 people with disabilities in the United States.

Learn more about them on their website:

AbilityOne Program


In 1973, the United States Congress passed what was then called the Javits Wagner O’Day Act, currently known as the AbilityOne Program. This program allows federal government agencies the opportunity to set aside contract opportunities for the production of goods and attainment of services, to employ people with vocational disabilities.

Leaders of Phoenix recognized the opportunity this law provided for the Huntsville Community. Today, AbilityOne contracts account for nearly $40 million in annual sales for Phoenix and over 700 jobs for individuals in six different states.

Read more about how AbilityOne advances access and equity on their website:

More Partners & Affiliations

Phoenix also operates with the help of these amazing local and national partners, affiliations, memberships, and accreditations.

Phoenix House

Built in 1988, Phoenix House is a HUD Section 8 apartment complex, meeting the needs of people with disabilities.

Phoenix House

About the Phoenix House

The Phoenix House complex is comprised of fourteen one-bedroom, ground-level access units, located at 4400 Knight Road (just across the street from Phoenix’s main office). HUD Section 8 housing complexes provide individuals with subsidized housing, based upon the individual’s rent-paying ability.

The subsidized rent includes:

  • Grounds maintenance
  • Utilities
  • Ground-level laundry facilities
  • A large resource room for meetings, gatherings and other events

Phoenix House is managed by DALCOR Properties, Inc., a socially responsible HUD Section 8 property management company, operating rental properties in seven states throughout the Southeast.

Come Home to Phoenix House

Individuals interested in living at Phoenix House must be able to live independently and/or have arrangements for full-time living attendants. Additionally, a waiting list typically exists, based upon priority of occupancy, determined by HUD Section 8 guidelines.

If you or someone you know is interested in Phoenix House rentals and feel you or that person might qualify, please contact DALCOR Properties, Inc. at 256-837-8502 or via email at